Friends of the Irish Environment Ltd. is a network of independent environmentalists.
FIE assists local groups and individuals to understand environmental issue and seek proper implementation of environmental and planning law to support sustainable communities.
The FIE website records this work and its extensive searchable database contains over 10,000 Irish environmental news stories.
FIE provides free information services: The Irish Papers Today [TIPT] covers topical environmental news, the Forest Network Newsletter addresses Irish forestry issues, and FIE’s Marine Working Group’s site offers in-depth analysis of coastal and marine issues.
Contact details: International + 353 (0) 27 73 131 / Mobile + 353 (0) 87 2176316
ABOUT OUR WEBSITE
A dynamic campaigning website that provides an environmental news service and highlights many local issues, such as clear-felling in Irish forests or the Coastwatch Ireland campaign against cockle dredging in Waterford Bay.
Silvia Thompson, Horizons, Irish Times, 27 October, 2007
ABOUT THE FOREST NETWORK NEWSLETTER
Friends of the Irish Environment will, no doubt, continue to match Coillte's ecological promises against what happens on the ground. The NGO's Forest Network Newsletter, generally hostile and unforgiving, but often revelatory, is archived at the FIE website.
Michael Viney, Irish Times, Saturday September 23, 2006
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